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Report - St. Cyprian's, Liverpool, March '11


Cave Monster
28DL Full Member
St. Cyprian's history has been covered by Zero81, here; buddah, here; and Oldskool, here.

I'll just leave my photos here :p


I always seem to find the drug paraphrenalia

Anyone for darts? :crazy


The organ is nice, but a bit screwed


And todays reading, 1 Corinthians 1. :D


A bit late for this, me thinks :p

St. Cyprian In the year of Our Lord 1881

Top of the font.
"A gift from Mr. & Mrs. Lamplough, in memory of their dear son, John.
Died December 13th 1930, aged 9 years"



[14]:Not Worthy

For johnsaloman :p

We'll see what comes of this

Thanks for looking, slideshow here


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Cave Monster
28DL Full Member
Fuck that I got halfway up past the bell and the ladder came away from the wall :eek:

I took a big gulp of air before making a snap decision to get the fuck down!

I tried it myself, but being the large bloke that I am, I rapidly decided against it too!

The reason I'm bumping an old thread is that I've just had a comment on my blog from an old congregation member. I'll post it here so hopefully it can get archived with the thread.

Richard Astridge said:
November 6, 2011 at 14:58

To look at these photographs, you would think the church had been closed for ages. I was Organist there very often for funerals and weddings, and it's sad to see the fine old organ so broken up and left to rot. Yes the congregation did dwindle somewhat, but it was the buildings' unsafe structure that led to its demise. Rest assured there a were a lot of very hard working and loyal people there who tirelessly fought to save the church and move it on. Not least, Daivd and Wendy Lewis, and Sam Nicholson, who were all wonderful people whom I remember with great affection and wish well today. The church had great potential which was sadly never realised.

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